prepared by John Milner Associates, Inc.; Douglas C. McVarish, Historian; Timothy J. Mancl, Industrial Archeologist; Richard Meyer, Editor; Sarah J. Ruch, Graphic Designer; Robert E. Schultz, Illustrator
United States--Delaware--World War II--Industry and Labor--duPont Company
Newest in transfusion equipment, seen suspended in the glass tube beneath the bottle of blood is a fine weave nylon cloth filter. Already in use in more than 1,000 transfusions in Philadelphia General Hospital. Unidentified nurse, woman and man
United States -- Delaware -- Sussex County -- Government -- Elections
A list of registered voters in Sussex County, arranged by voting district. This shows the name, age, town of residence, nation or state of origin, and length of residence in state, county, and voting district. This PDF has been made searchable by a...
United States -- Delaware -- Military -- Spanish-American War -- Fort DuPont
Mortar battery fort opposite Fort Delaware. Mounting mortar carriages in southeast pit. Distant left- 1870's 20'' gun battery. House in center is Post Headquarters; later warrant officers quarters. 23 Maple Ave., now Sussex Ave.
United States -- Delaware -- Military -- Spanish-American War -- Fort Delaware
Battery for three 12'' B. L. rifles. Removing earth over from barbette of old fort, fronts 1 and 2 and using it for filling of core between the battery proper and the outer 12' wall. View from the 3rd story windows east end of quarters, front 4